by Chris Railey
Last week, we looked at the role of trust in leading change. Communication is the second skill of building and shaping culture.
It’s a no-brainer that in leadership, ministry, and especially marriage, communication is essential in creating a healthy culture. But not many of us are great communicators.
We can be gifted teachers, anointed preachers or skilled speakers. Yet when it comes to organizational communication, we can drop the ball. Informal communication has to become more formal as your organization becomes more complex...